Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
Not Specified years
Posted 172 days ago
Every day, the people of TSYS® and Netspend® improve lives and businesses around the globe through payments. We make it possible for millions of people to move money between buyers and sellers using our payments solutions including credit, debit, prepaid and merchant services. We are "People-Centered Payments", and our team has the unique opportunity to help create a world in which payments make people's lives easier and better. This is both a tremendous honor and an important responsibility for those who accept the challenge. If you are looking to make a valuable difference for people everywhere — and for yourself — we may have the right place for you.
What Part Will You Play?
The DevOps Engineer is responsible for the design, implementation, and enhancement of ProPay’s build & deployment systems. Steeped in a Continuous Delivery mindset, this engineer will work closely with the Development, QA, IT and Operations teams to deliver effective and maintainable software integration and deployment processes. He or she will select, configure, support and scale the tools and technologies used by our team to build highly scalable and manageable environments.
The DevOps Engineer’s principal responsibilities will be to build and maintain tools that automate and scale the deployment, monitoring and operations of our production, development and test environments. As part of a team that monitors and maintains the company’s production environment and computers you will occasionally be engaged with solving technical issues on these systems, ensuring that the whole company runs smoothly. This can include troubleshooting, diagnosing and fixing production software issues, developing monitoring solutions, and performing software maintenance and configuration.
ProPay is primarily a Microsoft Windows development shop. Prior experience with Windows Server, SQL Server, .NET, PowerShell, and TFS is preferred, but not required.
Who you are:
You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re not intimidated by technology; you know how to leverage it to build great products. Your skills are broad – scripting, user experience, integration, database, even business domains – and you easily transition between those. You like to leverage modern technology and can quickly assemble it to create solutions that aren’t over-engineered.